NASHVILLE — The numbers don’t lie. At least that’s how Predators coach Peter Laviolette looks at it.
The visiting locker room inside the United Center was dead silent early Wednesday morning.
After Game 3 of their opening-round playoff series against the Blackhawks, the Nashville Predators were still feeling pretty good about their performance despite their 4-2 loss.
NASHVILLE – The Blackhawks have always put a premium on starting well. Considering what happened in Game 1, it was stressed that much more on Friday.
NASHVILLE – Peter Laviolette has been through enough postseasons to know how it feels the day after a long, arduous playoff game.